Rafael Nadal's Nike Air Max Breathe 3 match worn shoes. Rafa
wore this shoes
during the Roland Garros 2006. Nadal broke Argentinian
Guillermo Vilas's 29-year
male record of 53 consecutive clay-court match
victories by winning his first round
match at the French Open. Nadal went
on to play Federer in the final of the
French Open. The first two sets
of the match were hardly competitive as the
rivals traded 6–1 sets.
Nadal won the third set easily and served for the match in
set before Federer broke him and forced a tiebreaker. Nadal won the
tiebreaker and became the first player to defeat Federer in a Grand Slam
The shoes are personaized with "VAMOS RAFA".